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Where do GDD threads go when they die?

 
Old 07-19-2010, 09:25 AM
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Where do they go?
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:27 AM
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brown hole of doom?
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Default Re: Where do GDD threads go when they die?

Next page, and then eventually the archives. Some threads end up "brown holed" or deleted.
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by SoTexDC2 View Post
Next page, and then eventually the archives. Some threads end up "brown holed" or deleted.
Yep.
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Stupid ****ing poll is ****ing stupid. I gave you the correct answer. If I would have seen that stupid ****ing poll the first ****ing time around, I never would have given you the correct ****ing answer.

This thread will be locked and sent to the archives when it dies.
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:35 AM
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I always wanted to know the outcome of this thread:

"I'm Going to make this short. I rented a Lamborghini Murcielago.
It was insured under my personal insurance and the car was in an accident and damaged.
Rough estimates of around $70K.

What will something like that do to my insurance rates considering I am a 21 year old kid?"

Sicky?
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:38 AM
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to the cyber police
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:42 AM
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They don't go to heaven where the angels fly
They sit in a forum of fire and fry
Won't see 'em again 'til the fourth of July
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by KYSI View Post
I always wanted to know the outcome of this thread:

"I'm Going to make this short. I rented a Lamborghini Murcielago.
It was insured under my personal insurance and the car was in an accident and damaged.
Rough estimates of around $70K.

What will something like that do to my insurance rates considering I am a 21 year old kid?"

Sicky?
Sicky may not post here.

In actuality, they can be:
1) Soft deleted where they stay in the forum but are still visible to forum moderators.
2) Hard deleted where they are truly cast into oblivion
3) Moved to a hidden forum that only moderators or administrators can see. (moderators corner, moderated threads, administrators lounge)
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Originally Posted by Dogginator View Post
They don't go to heaven where the angels fly
They sit in a forum of fire and fry
Won't see 'em again 'til the fourth of July
Lake of Fire
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Lake of Fire
*cough* forum *cough*

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Heaven
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Bend over and I'll show ya
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Originally Posted by Dogginator View Post
Sicky may not post here.
What happened between OP and Sicky I think they resolved.

edit: just realized what you were trying to say.
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Old 07-19-2010, 10:03 AM
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Only nyluder KNOW
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Bend over and I'll show ya
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TYlOTajXGg

Todd: Where do you think your gonna put a tree that big?
Clark W. Griswold: Bend over and I'll show ya.
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Only nyluder KNOW
Originally Posted by George Knighton
Vacuum thread. No scare.
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Old 07-19-2010, 12:58 PM
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George Knighton has an old cigar box in his library/study. In it is a 1980's era hard drive disc, which he was given by General Eisenhower's son, the Duke of Furngravinghamshire.

The hard drive contains a vastly superior encryption scheme to anything the U.S. Government is currently using, which protects the data from being tampered with.

The cigar box is made of wood, but has steel hinges, and a titanium locking mechanism, which must be opened with a key forged from Gold and Silver. There is also a remote censor that can tell if anyone besides GK is trying to open the box, and denies access to all intruders.

However, it is possible to utterly destroy the box, since it's made of wood, and remove the hard drive from within.

The hard drive is docked in a wireless external bay, which is remotely connected to the Honda-Tech mainframe. The wireless bay constantly stores and backs up all old threads.

Whenever someone refers to "the archives", they are in fact refering to the cigar box in GK's library, on the little wooden table next to the WWII-era World Globe that says "USSR" where Russia is.

The base upon which the globe rests is a pre-WWII fighter plane, as I believe the Globe was made in 1937. George F. Cram Company manufactured and sold that model in the mid-late 30's.

George has placed several thumb tacks all over the globe, indicating all the places he's had his moustache trimmed by the world's finest moustache trimmers. Being a man of habbit, he generally has his moustache trimmed locally, but on occation, he seeks out the most famous of moustache trimmers, as they make for wonderful conversationalists.

It just so happens that George is also a collector of famous moustaches. Among the most prominent and highly valuable moustaches include Abraham Lincoln's little-known moustache of the late 1850's, as well as the first full moustache of the Young Tom Morris of St. Andrew's, Scotland, cerca 1872, the year he won the last of his 4 British Open Championships.

But his most prized possession is inside the globe: an unopened bottle of The Macallan 1926 Vintage, a 60 year single-malt whisky. His second most prized possession is, of course, the opened bottle of Macallan 1926, which he saves for the rarest of occations with his closed friends.

Incidentally, the cigar box was once owned by Samuel Clemens, whose father had used it to keep love letters in. When his father died, Clemens acquired the cigar box, and actually used it to store his ideas for novels. Whenever he had a good idea, he'd jot it down on a little piece of paper, and put it in the cigar box. It's quite remarkable that George Knighton has Mark Twain's cigar box, AND one of his moustaches. Unfortunately, during a move in the 1970's, George misplaced the labels, and cannot tell which of his two unlabled moustaches belonged to Mark Twain, and which one belonged to Albert Einstein.

Due to the method by which the moustaches are preserved, DNA testing is not an option.
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dude, where'd everyone go?
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i is here.
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tl;dr
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I thought dead or even vanished threads go straight to the evidence room ?
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**Reserved**

lulz
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I liked it Akuma.
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